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Mustek isn't in the business of making out-there products, but maybe it's changing its tune by slapping the Twilight cover on its MER-6T e-reader. Just another 6-inch, e-ink reader sans a content ecosystem or wireless connectivity, we can only imagine that they want you to stab the MER-6T right in

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Oh yeah, we've seen multi-purpose digiframes before, but Mustek's latest manages to handle five whole tasks only marginally well. You heard right -- this minuscule device packs a 2.4-inch 320 x 240 panel for showing wallet-sized digital images along with an alarm clock, FM radio, built-in MP3 playe

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Remember when LCD meant \"janky display for your calculator watch\" and not \"awesome display for your home theater system\"? Yeah, we've tried to scrub it out of our memory as well, but now here comes Mustek trying to get those two LCD types to live in harmony. Ain't going to happen. The Mustek PF-E70

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Mustek isn't exactly known for its high-end cameras, and its new DV300T model sure looks to be no exception, although it at least attempts to make up for its shortcomings with versatility, not to mention a decidedly non-digital camera-like package. Those shortcomings begin with a max 3.1 megapixel

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We'll be honest, Mustek -- you're not exactly giving us a lot to work with. First you don't release any PR on your new products, then when we get to the booth, you seem unsure if you've even got new products. Of course, we did manage to find your suspiciously-Sharp-ish Blu-ray player, a new widgeti

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Yeah, it took a while for Sharp to actually deliver their BD-HP20S Blu-ray player (top picture). So long, in fact, that it seems to have cloned itself during the process -- witness the BD-100 (bottom picture) which Mustek is displaying at their CES booth. Strong family resemblance, right? Front pan

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Granted, you may have assumed that an iPod wouldn't be caught dead snuggling with a digital photo frame, but strange though it may be, that assumption has just been proven wrong. Mustek's PF-i700 inelegantly combines Apple's darling with a 7-inch digiframe, giving house guests a perfect opportunity

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It looks like those still clinging onto their travel alarm clocks from the eighties may finally have cause to upgrade, as Mustek has now seen fit to update the tried and true design with a built-in digital picture frame. Dubbed the TRAVELFOTO, the device packs a 1.5-inch, 128 x 128 resolution CSTN

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We've serious doubts about Mustek's ability to make any sort of noticeable splash in the portable media player market, but it's giving it a go regardless. The PVR-H240 Plus (apparently rebadged as the Yukai PVR-H240 elsewhere) handles video / audio playback, voice recording, and video recording, an

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Joining the growing array of low-cost camera / camcorder hybrids is the Mustek DV520T, which sits a few notches below (in quality and price) the TX1s and Xacti HD2s of the world but still manages to handle the basics for the no-frills set. The two-faced device sports a handheld design with a two-in

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Although it probably didn't hit every branch while plummeting, Mustek's GPS 200 doesn't do itself any favors in the attractivity department, and sadly, the specs themselves don't exactly come to the rescue. What we've got is a 4.2-inch touchscreen LCD with a paltry 320 x 240 resolution, a 200MHz Ce

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Mustek looks to be trying to make the low-end slightly less so with its latest pair of digital camcorders, packing some decent specs into its new DV700TZ and DV530TZ models while still keeping the price down. The DV700TZ is the more capable of the two, with 3x optical zoom, 2.5-inch LCD, and a 7 meg

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Mustek's taking a break from those digital photo frames and whatchamacallits to offer up a rather stylish webcam, donning a brushed aluminum outfit and a few sexy curves to boot. The SI302A looks to perch atop your display's lonely frame or make itself at home on a desk top, and aside from the glamo

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Mustek is beefing up its line of digital photo frames with the announcement of the \"premium\" Ality line at CES. The new 8- to 15-inch beauties maintain a lot of the features of the previous models – support for JPEG and MPEG formats, slots for MMC, Memory Sticks, SD and \"other popular memory c

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With CES fast approaching, we're sure to see tons of last minute additions as firm's look to showcase their gadgetry to the world, and now Mustek is doing just that. More commonly known for its ho hum cameras, digiframes, and PMPs, the company has just announced that it will start selling its own se

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Mustek has a pair of new low-cost digital picture frames for those looking for a more futuriffic means of displaying their family photos: the 8-inch PF-B800 and the 7-inch PF-B700 (seen here). Apart from size, they also differ in aspect ratio, with the PF-B700 sporting a potentially head-chopping 48

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How much would you pay for a music- and video-playing gadget that could also take 10 megapixel still photos with a 10x zoom, capture 30fps VGA movies, record your whimsical musings, function as a digital card reader, and even encode footage directly from your TV or DVD player? $1000? How about $750

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